The Associated Press is reporting Demi Moore has confirmed to them that “with great sadness and a heavy heart” she has decided to end her marriage to Ashton Kutcher after six years. Moore is quoted as saying, "as a woman, a mother and a wife, there are certain values and vows that I hold sacred, and it is in this spirit that I have chosen to move forward with my life."
We first learned of trouble in Moore’s marriage to Ashton when the couple spent their sixth wedding anniversary apart in September (Kutcher was in San Diego and Moore was in New York) without even tweeting at each other. Then came the news in the middle of October that Kutcher cheated on his wife with a 22-year-old girl named Sara Leal, who he met in San Diego. Leal described to Us Weekly how she and the That 70s Show star had sex after he told Leal he and Moore were separated.
Later in October, moving vans were spotted outside the couple’s residence in Santa Monica, and confirmed the reports that Moore was done and wanted Kutcher to move out. So essentially, the news of the split isn’t terribly shocking. Kutcher has yet to make a statement, but he probably won’t do it on Twitter after what happened with him endorsing Joe Paterno, who is deeply involved in the child sex abuse scandal at Penn State.